Family Narratives Lab
Robyn Fivush, Director


Zaman, W. & Fivush, R. (2013). Stories of Parents and Self: Relations to adolescent attachment. Developmental Psychology, 49(11). 2047-2056.

Fivush, R., Habermas, T., Waters, T. E. A., & Zaman, W. (2011). The making of autobiographical memory: Intersections of culture, narratives and identity. International Journal of Psychology, 46(5). 321-345.

Zaman, W., & Fivush, R. (2011). When my mom was a little girl...: Gender differences in adolescents' intergernational and personal stories. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 21(3). 703-716.

Fivush, R. (2010). The development of autobiographical memory.Annual Review of Psychology, 62(2). 2-24

Fivush, R. (2010). Speaking silence: The social construction of silence in autobiographical and cultural narratives. Memory, 18(2). 88-98.

Fivush, R., Bohanek, J. G., & Zaman, W. (2010). Personal and intergenerational narratives in relation to adolescents' well-being. In T. Habermas (Ed.), The development of autobiographical reasoning in adolescence and beyond. New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development, 131. 45-57.

Bohanek, J. G., Fivush, R., Zaman, W., Lepore, C. E.., Merchant, S., & Duke, M. P. (2009). Narrative interaction in family dinnertime conversations. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly, 55(4). 488-515.

Fivush, R., Marin, K., McWilliams, K., & Bohanek, J. G. (2009). Family reminiscing style: Parent gender and emotional focus in relation to child well-being. Journal of Cognition and Development, 10(3). 210-235.

Fivush, R. (2008). Sociocultural perspectives on autobiographical memory.  In M. Courage & N. Cowan (Eds.). The development of memory in children. New York: Psychology Press.  

Fivush, R., Bohanek, J.G., & Duke, M. (2008).  The intergenerational self:  Subjective perspective and family history.  In F. Sani (Ed.). Individual and Collective Self-Continuity.  Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Fivush, R., Bohanek, J.G., Marin, K., & Sales, J.M. (2008).  Emotional memory and memory for emotions.  In O. Luminet, A. Curci and M. Conway (Eds.), Flashbulb memories: New issues and new perspectives   

Fivush, R., Sales, J. M., & Bohanek, J. G. (2008). Meaning making in mothers' and children's narratives of emotional events. Memory, 16(6), 579-594.

Fivush, R. (2007). Remembering and reminiscing: How individual lives are constructed in family narratives. Memory Studies, 1(1), 45-54.

Fivush, R., Marin, K., Crawford, M., Reynolds, M., & Brewin, C. R. (2007). Children's narratives and well-being. Cognition & Emotion, 21(7), 1414-1434.

Bohanek, J. G., Marin, K. A., Fivush, R., & Duke, M. P. (2006). Family narrative interaction and children's sense of self. Family Process, 45(1), 39-54.

Fivush, R., Haden, C. A., & Reese, E. (2006). Elaborating on elaborations: Role of maternal reminiscing style in cognitive and socioemotional development. Child Development, 77(6), 1568-1588.

Fivush, R., & Nelson, K. (2006). Parent-child reminiscing locates the self in the past. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 24, 235-251.

Fivush, R., & Sales, J. M. (2006). Coping, attachment, and mother-child narratives of stressful events. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly-Journal of Developmental Psychology, 52(1), 125-150.

Bohanek, J. G., Fivush, R., & Walker, E. (2005). Memories of positive and negative emotional events. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 19(1), 51-66.

Fivush, R., & Wang, Q. (2005). Emotion Talk of Mother-Child Conversations of the Shared Past: The Effects of Culture, Gender, Event Valence. Journal of Cognition and Development, 6(4), 489-506.

Sales, J. M., Fivush, R., Parker, J., & Bahrick, L. (2005). Stressing memory: Long-term relations among children's stress, recall and psychological outcome following hurricane andrew. Journal of Cognition and Development, 6(4), 529-545.

Wang, Q., & Fivush, R. (2005). Mother-child conversations of emotionally salient events: Exploring the functions of emotional reminiscing in European-American and Chinese families. Social Development, 14(3), 473-495.

Fivush, R., & Nelson, K. (2004). Culture and language in the emergence of autobiographical memory. Psychological Science, 15(9), 573-577.

Nelson, K. D., & Fivush, R. (2004). The emergence of autobiographical memory: A social cultural developmental theory. Psychological Review, 111(2), 486-511.

Fivush, R., Berlin, L. J., Sales, J. M., Mennuti-Washburn, J., & Cassidy, J. (2003). Functions of parent-child reminiscing about emotionally negative events. Memory, 11(2), 179-192.

Fivush, R., Edwards, V. J., & Mennuti-Washburn, J. (2003). Narratives of 9/11: Relations among personal involvement, narrative content and memory of the emotional impact over time. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 17(9), 1099-1111.

Sales, J. M., Fivush, R., & Peterson, C. (2003). Parental reminiscing about positive and negative events. Journal of Cognition and Development, 4(2), 185-209.

Fivush, R., & Vasudeva, A. (2002). Remembering to relate: Socioemotional correlates of mother-child reminiscing. Journal of Cognition and Development, 3(1), 73-90.

Buckner, J. P., & Fivush, R. (2000). Gendered themes in family reminiscing. Memory, 8(6), 401-412.

Fivush, R., Brotman, M. A., Buckner, J. P., & Goodman, S. H. (2000). Gender differences in parent-child emotion narratives. Sex Roles, 42(3-4), 233-253.

Buckner, J. P., & Fivush, R. (1998). Gender and self in children's autobiographical narratives. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 12(4), 407-429.

Fivush, R. (1998). Children's recollections of traumatic and nontraumatic events. Development and Psychopathology, 10(4), 699-716.

Haden, C. A., Haine, R. A., & Fivush, R. (1997). Developing narrative structure in parent-child reminiscing across the preschool years. Developmental Psychology, 33(2), 295-307.

Reese, E., Haden, C. A., & Fivush, R. (1996). Mothers, fathers, daughters, sons: Gender differences in autobiographical reminiscing. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 29(1), 27-56.

Reese, E., Haden, C. A., & Fivush, R. (1993). Mother-Child Conversations About the Past - Relationships of Style and Memory over Time. Cognitive Development, 8(4), 403-430.